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an authorizing execution of amendment number 1 to lease, use, and operating agreement for bart station and related facilities and grant of easement at san francisco international airport, leeze number l 97-0081. item number nine, resolution approving the terminal two news stand coffee and specialty stores lease we'll host international incorporate the and the city and county of san francisco, acting by and through its airport commission. commissioner avalos: thank you, mr. young. >> thank you. welcome back. good afternoon, supervisors. kathy weidner with san francisco international airport. i'll address item number 8 to begin with. which is a lease modification to the airport's lease use and operating agreement for the bart station of the airport. as you may recall, bart fairs to and from the san francisco station include a premium fare and in july of 2009, bart increased that premium fare from $1.50 per ride to $4. this increase represented a substantial increase at the cost for airline, airport employees to take the bart system to and from the airport every day. so when that increase
a member of the bart board of directors, and i am here today to say thank you. thank you from the bottom of my heart. 2009 was a very challenging year for bart. we started out the year with one of our police officers shooting an unarmed passenger, and we were in a world we were totally unfamiliar with and we beg for help, and your commission gave us that help in the form of your president. joe marshall did so much to get us on track from where we are now. we have civilian oversight coming to the bart police department for the first time ever, and that is because we are patterning after what you guys are doing here, thanks to joe marshall coming over in working with us and sitting through the community meetings and actually being the judge at a lot of those meetings. it being that force that allowed us to work with the community to get to where we are today. earlier this year, governor schwarzenegger signed an assembly bill 1586, which allows bart to have civilian oversight, and for that we are totally grateful to this commission. specifically, president joe marshall, for all of his hard
opposition today to a multi-million dollar project that b.a.r.t. says will help you get to the oakland airport faster. >>> people are back to work after the long holiday weekend. steve paulson will tell us what to expect from the weather. >>> also -- >> reporter: the local paper says the noises from b.a.r.t. tracks make unhealthy sounds. we'll tell you why b.a.r.t. says it isn't concerned. >>> during the past hour at the coliseum b.a.r.t. station, the met commission has been urged to reject a plan for the airport connector. the three-mile long elevated railway will connect the coliseum station to the airport. the group, transform, says the $500 billion plan is a waste of taxpayers' money. >> this tram seems like a good idea to a lot of people. it wasn't too much min. it was gonna carry a lot of riders. that's ten years ago. we're now talking about $500 million for a little three-mile cable car that cakes you to a parking lot -- takes you to a parking lot and to help pay for it, b.a.r.t. is gonna go into debt and charge a very high fare on top of your b.a.r.t. fare. >> a new report fin
get no portion of the advertising revenues if you permit bart to advertise at the airport. however under prior agreements between the m.t.a. and bart, the n.t.a. actually receives advertising revenues from bart in all bart stations throughout the bay area. and in this particular case if you approve this agreement, it's estimated that the n.t.a. would receive about 15% of $64,000 in fiscal year 2010-2011. this is based on the minimum annual guarantee bart gets from its advertising contractor, and about 15% of $487,000. so that's -- the n.t.a. would receive a minimum based on that of about $467,000 from bart and that's through september 30 of 2018. the airport receives no revenues. on the other hand, if you approve this agreement, the free shuttle bus, which is costing the airport over $500,000 a year, will be eliminated. so that certainly is a benefit and it's already been explained the benefit to the employees by getting the reduction from $4 to $1.50 in order to go directly to bart. supervisor, i think that's the important issues in our report. and because of the aesthetics issue
is what bay area transit advocates are calling bart's oakland airport connector. they said there is another transportation option. just as fast would save money. simon perez shows us that alternative tonight. simon perez. >> reporter: the big question, what's the best way to get from bart to here to oakland international airport? bart says the best way is a monorail like the ones in las vegas but there is a transportation advocacy group that says no way, a bus is better, faster and cheaper. >>> reporter: this is the way it's done today, to get to oakland international airport bart riders must leave the station and lug their luggage onto air bart the dedicated bus line to the airport. >> i would like the monorail system better because it seems more efficient. >> reporter: that's just what bart is proposing spending nearly half a billion dollars on the oakland airport connector. it's not a bart train. it's an automated monorail like the ones that go between casinos in las vegas. transform is a public transit advocacy group that says spending that kind of money on a monorail i
of budget deficits. >> reporter: bart wants to build a monorail to get the riders from coliseum bart to oakland international airport. but is building that monorail system the best way to spend taxpayer money? one group says no that you could get here just as fast on a bus and it would be a whole lot cheaper. >>> reporter: this is the way it's done today, to get to oakland international airport bart riders must leave the station and lug their luggage onto air bart the dedicated bus line to the airport. >> i would like the monorail system better because it seems more efficient. >> reporter: that's just what bart is proposing spending nearly half a billion dollars on the oakland airport connector. it's not a bart train. it's an automated monorail like the ones that go between casinos in las vegas. transform is a public transit advocacy group that says spending that kind of money on a monorail is like throwing it into a wood chipper, a waste. instead the group proposes to run bus on -- >> an exclusive lane. there is so much space on hegenberger that you can narrow the lanes within safe
>>> we begin with a new report about the noise on bart trains that riders need to hear. >> can that noise cause damage to your hearing? terry mcsweeney joins us now from the bart station in oakland. terry? >> yeah. the report this morning san francisco chronicle says for bart passengers it's loud. the passengers we spoke with said they already knew that but didn't know exactly how loud. and when we told them, the response was deafening. that is what it sounded like this morning as we rode bart in the trans bay tube. the reading of 100 decibels, the same as a jack hammer. you can't have a conversation. maybe the reason nobody tried to have one. the high-pitched irritation lasted perhaps a minute, not long enough to cause hearing loss. >> while you go on for hours and hours, this is pretty much 20 or 30-second stretch. >> johnson says the high-pitched screech is caused by the trains rolling over tiny ripples in the tracks which is caused by steel on steel and most prevalent where the elevation changes. bart riders talk about the jack hammer comparison. >> and that's a good analog
and keeping an eye on each other's homes. >>> time now 6:04. will funding for a controversial bart extension process could get the green light this morning. we're going to tell you what we've heard coming up in a couple minutes. >>> 6:05 is the time. go back to sal to check in on traffic this morning. sal. >> going to talk about an accident that the chp is investigating from an early morning freeway crash in oakland that has one woman fighting for her life. it happened around 2:15 this morning on the 98th avenue offramp on 580. the woman's car flipped over as the slammed into a guard at an exit sign. had to use the jaws of life to free her from the car. she's now listed in critical condition. move along look at the east shore freeway. a bunch of flat tiers there earlier. still one car with flashers on but things are actually much better than they were. this is a look at highway 101 at the 580 interchange. traffic is moving along okay as you drive past the 580 interchange. and on the grade we're doing very well heading south. at 6:06 go back to steve. >>> all right, sal. thank you very much.
these days. >>> how much did it cost to move the bart shooting trial to los angeles? and howho had to -- who had to foot the bill? >>> and a local university facing criminal charges for something she allege loady did to the teen. think like a fashionista. shop like a maxxinista. fashion direct from designers. savings direct to you. t.j.maxx. let us make a maxxinista out of you. >>> good morning. 7:14. patchy, low clouds. sunshine and slightly warmer. cold this morning. a lot of 40s. we'll end up with sketch and -- 67 and a few low 80s. >>> right now, president obama is addressing the united nations general assembly. these are live pictures now of the president speaking in his address. president obama is emphasizing the efforts his administration is making to promote peace and stability all over the world from iraq and afghanistan to the middle east. he also says the united states has refocused and intensified its efforts to combat violence from the al qaeda terrorist network. and the president talking about the economy, says that the global economy has been pulled back from the brink of a de
the state, not the challengers, administer the marriage law. >> reporter: a long debated plan to get bart riders to the oakland airport is moving forward after a voted to by the metropolitan transportation commission. the mtc gave a green light to building an elevated tram between the coliseum station and the airport. as ktvu's janna katsuyama reports, the approval came in a 6-2 vote. >> reporter: it's a question of rail or the road? and right now it's the road for bart riders who want to connect to the oakland airport. but some say the air bart bus is too slow and unreliable. >> our flight is an hour out and we don't know when the bus is coming so it makes it more tough to make the connection. >> i would love to have something more convenient. i would just be able to go from bart straight to the airport. >> that's why bart has a $484 million to extend service from the oakland coliseum station to the oakland airport with a new three mile elevated rail line along haganburger road. a 12-minute ride running every four minutes and cost $6 each way compared to the $3 air bart bus ride. opponen
, you see s.p.f. then on to the bart muni tubes. the tunneling will proceed under those tubes, and then there will be a u.m.s. station at that location joining with the metro at pal station. it then proceeds on to chinatown station and then on out where we extract it. mosconi station will be the first undergration station traveling north. it will have a -- an entrance. we are acquiring the property. that property is in this area right here. this is where the surface entrance to the station is going to be. the station will be designed to have a concourse and a center platform designed to accommodate both two-car trains and the mosconi station will be located on 4th between howard and folsom. the union square market street station will be the second underground station traveling north. it will be the deepest station because of the bart tunnels that we will be closing. this station will be two entrances at the surface. one entrance will be near the existing apple store -- i am sorry. i am struggling with the mouse here but it is at the far left of your screen. but the other servi
the bay area but the levels of noise on the train could be a cause for concern kron 4 daniel wrote bart today to find out how loud it could potentially get. >> >> it's no secret the bart trains are allowed. but just how loud are they and could be hazardous to your hearing. today we robards and armed with this meter that measures loudness in decibels to find out. here at montgomery station you get 80 to 85 decibels when the train rolls in which is about the same loudness level as traffic. that level isn't too bad but in a trance bay to that's where things get louder. in here some being greeted by the train on the tracks reflects off the narrow concrete tunnel every back towards the cars were writers are. we had mitterrand for the whole ride across the bay-the most of the ride was close to 100 decibels which is a level that hearing damage can occur when you're exposed to the level noise for prolonged period of time jury to give you an idea of how much things change once dropped the train is what levels of lead in the west oakland platform and here's what they're like a parking lot of the
, the pleasant hill b.a.r.t station now has a new name. pleasant hill contra costa center b.a.r.t station. the board of directors voted to approve the name change. they tuesday better represents the transit village where the station is located. the 140 acre site including 2800 residential units and triple a. changes b.a.r.t maps, schedules, brochures will cost $414,000. b.a.r.t officials say the cost will be paid by the contra costa county redevelopment agency and the transit village developer. >>> meanwhile, b.a.r.t hosted a drive to help low income job seekers. donations were collected today. people dropped off about 2,000 items of gently warn clothing and accessories. the first clothing drive benefits the nonprofit group wardrobe for opportunity. the organization provides job placement and image workshop for job seekers at the locations in oakland and concord. >>> families across the east bay are left wondering what they will do after the officials at ac transit approve major service cuts. >>> with the holiday shopping season approaching the bay area could be in for a big shop in the a
>>> we begin with a new report about the nse on bart trains that riders need to hear. >> can that noise cause damage to your hearing? terry sweeney joins us now from the bart station in oakland. terry? >> yeah. the report this morning san francio chronicl says for bart passengers it's loud. the passengers we spoke with said they already knew at but didn't know exactly how loud. and when we told them, the response was deafening. that is what it sounded like this morning as we rode bart in the trans bay tube. the reading of 100 decibels the same as a jack hammer. you can't have a conversation. maybe the reason nobody tried to have one. the high-pitched irritaon lasted perhaps a minute, not long enough to cause hearing loss. >> while you go on for hours and hours, this is pretty much 20 or 30-second stretch. >> johnson says the high-pitched screech is caused by the trains rolling over tiny ripples in the tracks which is caused by steel on steel and most prevalent where the elevation changes. bart riders talk about the jack hammer comparison. >> and that's a good analogy, definit
better tips on how to protect their home. >>> proposed passengers prosecute bart station to the oakland international airport. opponents say the price tag is way too high. >> we are now talking about $500 million for a little three mile cable car that takes you to a parking lot. >> they argue that bus express lanes would be far cheaper. but bart contends most passengers favor a tram. now today a local transit committee will have the final say. the ntc will decide whether to provide $25 million for that rail project. >>> our time now 5:06. say good morning to sal and see what's happening in the community, sal. >> dave and pam chp now investigating an early morning freeway crash that has an oakland woman fighting for her life. it happen around 2:15 this morning on the offramp from 580. investigators say the woman's car flipped over after it ran over a guardrail and exit sign. firefighters then used the jaws of life to free her from the car. she's now listed in critical condition. right now we have a look at oakland and emeryville and berkeley traffic is okay. we have a crash reported on w
as you work your way through orinda. this is not far from the orinda bart station. moraga way between northwood and brookwood. that's where camino pablo turns into moraga at camino encinas. there are closures around that area. very closed to highway 24. you may have to go around and access 24 from the north side of the freeway or use hidden valley on- and off-ramps. this is close to the orinda bart. give yourself some extra time. that's a check of your traffic. here's tracy with your forecast. >>> hey, thanks, gianna. temperatures today slightly warmer. lower 80s from concord to livermore, upper 70s in san jose, 74 in oakland, 69 in san francisco. 80s napa to santa rosa. hot temperatures in store for the weekend. i have your seven-day forecast in just a few moments. back to you. >> thank you. >>> ever since the deadly san bruno gas pipe explosion, a lot of people have been very jumpy about pipes in their area. now we're hearing about the third gas leak in the bay area in the last 24 hours. let's go to pg&e -- excuse me, pg&e right now trying to cap a gas line break in downtown orinda.
. >> bart plan to build an elevated tram between oakland international airport and the coliseum station come under attack today. the transportation group called trance form stage aid rally against the project. that is before tomorrow's metropolitan transportation commission vote on a funding plan. this group claims the proposed connector would cost $10 per new rider and believes improving the existing bus connector would be faster and less expensive. bart says numbers are totally unsubstantiated. in july, the board approved a plan to fund the $484 million project. >>> a report questions whether noise levels on bart trains can be harm tofl hearing. this san francisco chronicled surveyed the system found levels as high as 100 which is equivalent to a jack hammer. bart admits and adds a recent study gave a tp rating among rail systems nationwide. >> there are times when the noise is loud. people are perhaps a jack hammer or something else. 85 decemberin yils. it doesn't stay for that long of a time for a long time. it will go on for hours and hours this, is pretty much, you know, 20 second stre
>>> a crucial vote to determine whether bart will stay on track. >>> a new round of finger pointing as to who is to blame for the oil spill. >>> could the world's fair return to the bay area? those stories and more next on ktvu channel 2 news at noon. >>> good afternoon. topping our news this noon, a big issue for bay area transportation. the metro transportation commission is deciding whether or not to help fund a tram that would run between bart and the oakland airport. we have jade hernandez with the update. >> reporter: good afrnoon. we are one vote away from finding out if a tram is in riders future. in fact, inside the building right now, 37 people came before the commissioners. their opinions were split. the commissioners just wrapped up the public comment section of the meeting. they are still discussing. traveling frequently, alex hops bart often. >> it is easy to get on the bus at $3. it isnicee to not have -- it is nice to get to sfo. it is a nice option. >> reporter: convenience is outweighing the tram you see in the artist rendering. >> this is not the most convenient
. >> the bar connected to the airport has been given the green light by the bart board. briefly describe to those in may not know what this project is a live bird thinks it's needed. >> this is the plaza that will deliver passengers between the airport and avert station had an elevated. basically what happens is now customers have to get off the bart trains drive their luggage downstairs try to get on a boss and we still way through traffic and dodge freight trains and hopefully make their flight on time and that could be a process. this provides a direct connection between the airport to station and he airport cure do gets people there in 12 minutes. >> 6 are saying this is not good for low-income people of rapid bus service would be better in fact the mayor are both against the project. the fact that the critics are instead what impact that might that have. >> at this point this project has been in works for nearly 30 years and we build coalitions for support on the project. it will bring jobs immediately to the bay area between 20 505,000 jobs. we really need that a special in this co
or the road. right now is the road for bart writers who want to connect to the oakland airport but some say that the heir to her bus is too slow and unreliable the. >> barfly is one hour out and we do not know when the bus is coming so it makes it tough to make a connection. >> i would like to have something more convenient where i can go from bart street to the airport's. >> that is why bart has a plan to extend service from the oakland coliseum station to oakland airport with a new three-mile elevated rail line along hagan of the road it will be a 12 minute ride running every four minutes but it costs $6 each way compared to the $3 bus ride. opponents say the project is too expensive. >> i think it is a complete waste of money. >> money was the topic of the transportation meeting and the room was packed. >> this project has outlived its usefulness. >> reporter: they want to consider cheaper options and they say that it will create up to 5,000 jobs and urged the board to get the project off the ground fast the. >> hundreds of workers are not working because of the land is project. >> rep
the reason the titanic sank. >>> a bart station may soon have a new name but who will pay for making the major change? >>> this is the first full day of fall but you can't really tell by looking at the forecast. we have details ahead. >>> also. >> every group not only feels like they're doing something good but they learn about the birds. our real national pastime? saving money. and like baseball people love their stats. i started bringing my lunch to work -- 50 bucks a week in my pocket. here's a good one: state farm insures 40 million drivers. more than geico and progressive combined. i saved because i'm accident-free. of course, with so many ways to save including discounts of up to 40%, having that many customers shouldn't be a surprise. so ask a neighbor about state farm, then call an agent at 1-800-state-farm or go online. >>> the california's governor's race is a dead heat according to a new ktvu field poll. six weeks away from election day the numbers show republican meg whitman and jerry brown both at 41% with 18% undecided. the ktvu field poll has shown a close governor's r
: a long debated plan to get bart riders to the oakland airport is moving forward after a voted to by the metropolitan transportation commission. the mtc gave a green light to building an elevated tram between the coliseum station and the airport. as ktvu's janna katsuyama reports, the approval came in a 6-2 vote. >> reporter: it's a question of rail or the road? and right now it's the road for bart riders who want to connect to the oakland airport. but some say the air bart bus is too slow and unreliable. >> our flight is an hour out and we don't know when the bus is coming so it makes it more tough to make the connection. >> i would love to have something more convenient. i would just be able to go from bart straight to the airport. >> that's why bart has a $484 million to extend service from the oakland coliseum station to the oakland airport with a new three mile elevated rail line along haganburger road. a 12-minute ride running every four minutes and cost $6 each way compared to the $3 air bart bus ride. opponents say the project is too expensive. >> i hope it gets defeate
weather before possible rain this weekend. >> all right. and bart reporting major delays leaving sfo and millbrae. i'll have details. live shot bay bridge toll plaza to a couple cars just getting through now for the carpooling that starts right now. >> it's a mondays at 5:00. hope you had a good weekend. thanks for joining us. i'm kristen sze. >> i'm eric thomas. in the news the latest developments on the san bruno explosion and fire at 5 a.m.. the casualty count which fluctuated over the weekend stands at four confirmed dead and four missing. two missing residents were located yesterday. they were safe and sound. ntsb investigators are taking the pipe to washington d.c. where it will be reconnected to sections removed from the crater. the state public utility commission has ordered pg&e to step up investigations of the pipeline system statewide. this morning at 10:00 the owners of 48 red-tagged homes deemed unsafe will get further instructions. >> anyone who might have information or video that could help the investigation with the reported problems in the days before the explosion.
will tell you in 30 seconds. [ inaudible ] >> why some experts say the noise of some bart trains is loud enough to effect your hearing but probably doesn't. the second hour of the morning news starts now. >> complete bay area news coverage continues, this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> good morning to you, welcome to tuesday, september the 7th. i am dave clark. >> good morning. i am pam cook. the weather has been pretty nice, is it going to change? let's check in with steve? >> it already has, pam -- [ inaudible ] >> -- they will drop, they being san francisco, about 20 degrees today. the fog is already back, the wind is out of the west at travis to 20 miles an hour and even a southwest wind at vacaville, that all spells cooler, so 50s, 60s, 70s and a few low 80s. more on this in about five minutes. here is sal with an update on your traffic. >> good on 80 westbound although getting busier to the bay bridge toll plaza. this morning looking at traffic moving along nicely at the toll plaza. back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. >>> we continue to follow developing news from marin county
will go into effect in december. in oakland, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> bart is looking for additional revenue. its board is set to me to consider selling more advertising. bart is looking at selling the naming rights to stations adding television monitors and striations and trains and putting up more wrap-around ads to raise extra cash. bart was one of the few transit agencies in the nation to end the fiscal year with a budget surplus. the board of presidents wants to develop more revenue options for possible problems in the future. bart directors are set to vote whether to rename the pleasant hill bart station. the contra costa times reports several business groups in the county redevelopment agency want to change the name of the station to pleasant hill contra costa center. those groups would cover the cost of the name change which includes new station signs, maps and schedules. >> two are in serious condition after falling down a cliff on to rocks along the santa cruz coast. the men were hiking around the rock formation known as the pinnacles when they fell. crews loaded one of the
a bart station was renamed today. plus a multiple murder in seattle. a survivor says her mom went crazy. >>> and coming up, which days on the weekend are going to be the hottest. >>> a warning for families afte├║ u owi stgoth n csechkint al?ye cckhiou t'noepitsls es u stakthchkan-phh-rhtn ern't eyott? h.oht's t rei. itlswos thas t'noepitsls es al?doouha a o.. u stakthchkan-phh-rhtn ern't eyott? a! pshtvoa.th's ol t'noepitsls es al?doouha a o.. u stakthchkan-phh-rhtn ern't l's . y,ai wr'my0? pshtvoa.th's ol t'noepitsls es al?doouha a o.. aschki. lcetoanitche.n ern't y,h'updu . aswh mte >>> in seattle police say a mother shot and killed three people then took her own life. when police arrived, a woman who was wounded ran to them and said that her mom had gone crazy. police say they believed the mother in her 50s was the shooter and that she acted alone. the dead included two teenagers and a man in his 30s. >> the first woman to be executed in the u.s. in five years was put to death tonight in virginia. teresa williams died by lethal injection. witnesses said she looked frighten
. >>> a common phrase on bart trains these days might be, say what?? >> what?? >> "san francisco chronicle" reporter surveyed all 208 miles of the bart rails with a sound level meter and found that noise levels of 90 decibels or louder at 23 locations, which we had to look up, what's 90 decibels, what -- >> hairdryer, lawnmower that sort of thing. >> okay. ipods like 100? >> 115? something like. >> so we asked some bart riders our question of the day. do you think it's too noisy on bart trains? >> tunnels screaming and screeching is ridiculous. i don't know if it's possible for them to fix it but if the technology exists, why not? >> put a little rubber wheels on. >>> our viewers are also weighing in. on at which time e at cruising speeds... this within last d loud. we had johnny last hour. send your comments to mornings@cbs5.com. we're also on facebook and twitter. >>> 6:26. coming up the competition heating up. >> oracle snaps up a ceo from one of its main rivals. >>> and an accused gang member set to face the music accused of shooting a local police officer. there is a silver lining
, it is another "spare the air" day, as well. we already have some bart delays. 15-minute delays right now between the millbrae station heading towards san francisco and the east bay. there is equipment problem on the tracks. that is your only delay. again 16 minutes for bart. otherwise, ace muni caltrain all on time. oracle here north- and southbound traffic fine here. hard to see the northbound traffic but southbound cruising towards hayward and at the bay bridge toll plaza, no delays, no metering lights, and they did just pick up that construction on the upper deck. that's a check of your traffic. back upstairs to you, juliette. >> thank you. >>> a young girl is being treated for gunshot wounds after an attack on her home early this morning. anne makovec joins us from oakland to explain what happened. anne. >> reporter: well, looks like she got caught in some sort of crossfire. the 6-year-old girl was sleeping in her bedroom according to police when she ended up getting hit with a bullet in her upper arm. she is going to be okay. but she is at the hospital. it happened at this house here behind
. leigh glaser abc 7 news. >> still ahead do you ever notice how noisy it can be on bart? coming up tonight a new sound survey questioning whether riding a train can be hazardous to health. >> another home goes up in flames. we're going to bring you up po speed on wildfires burning out of control there tonight. >> in sacramento the state budget now more than two months late. the governor is leaving this week for a trade mission to asiana. critics say he should stay here. >> and later on how some tiny patients have been left behind in the race for a new mededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededededede
that no one is happy about. >> a bart airport connector that doesn't quite connect or does it. the new criticism about the 500 mill wherein dollars plan to build light rail connector between bart and oakland airport. >> all of that in a moment but leading the news mourners remember a 20-year-old woman who died in the san bruno pipeline explosion. friends, families, local leaders gathered last night for the funeral of jessica morales they recalled her generosity, gift for friendship and joyful spirit. >>> postally i will miss your laughter, i hear it so clearly, i see your smile so vividly. >> she shook my quiet little world with laughter, smiles, tears and most importantly love. >> jessica was a wonderful sister we all loved her very much. >> a buddling fashion designer she was taking classes at academy of art. she was watching football with her boyfriend when that pipeline exploded near his home. he ran outside to see what was going on and couldn't get back in to save jessica. he has second and third degree burns. >>> a san bruno man filed a class action lawsuit against pg&e it demand
. >> a new report says simply riding the bart line could be hazardous to your health. >> i'm terry mcsweeney live in richmond. about 900 students will find out tonight if they need another school to go to next year. i'll tell you about the problem and the solution in a live report. >> and check out the clouds that are starting to invade the bay. that as the sea breeze hits back and drops temperatures 15 to 22 degrees today with more cooling on the way. i'll show you how cool it's gonna get in your neighborhood. >> all lanes now open in the north bay southbound 101 sir francis drake boulevard. no delays for your back to school tuesday. >> we welcome frances back on this back to work tuesday. thank you for joining us. i'm eric thomas. >> i'm kristen sze. back to school, the school year's just getting started and one bay area school district is talking closure. the fate of three richmond schools will be decided oddly enough by the city council. terry mcsweeney is live at kennedy high school which is on the chopping block. terry? >> yes. three schools, 900 students, dozens of faculty members wil
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